Repeating Flash


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STTNP

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Im new to flash, can someone share how does repeating flash works?
How to set and what to expect when using it, best is with some photo.
I just brought SB900.
Thanks:D
 

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Im new to flash, can someone share how does repeating flash works?
How to set and what to expect when using it, best is with some photo.
I just brought SB900.
Thanks:D
since u just bought the flash, i suppose it comes with a user manual?
 

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since u just bought the flash, i suppose it comes with a user manual?
I dont understand after reading the repeating flash part.:dunno:
need enlighten ;p
 

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sorry, i tried putting in words, but english not good, cant describe clearly.

unless u want to meet up, than i can explain to u by demo.
 

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Im new to flash, can someone share how does repeating flash works?
How to set and what to expect when using it, best is with some photo.
I just brought SB900.
Thanks:D
Have you seen pictures of a bouncing ball, all over a whole picture, correctly exposed.

This strobe effect will flash repeatedly at a frequency you set as well as the flash power, thus you have a disco light effect where you see the images frozen at each flash.
 

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"Denniskee
sorry, i tried putting in words, but english not good, cant describe clearly.
unless u want to meet up, than i can explain to u by demo."

I would love to do so, maybe meet up few guy/gals for coffee and learn from each other.


Zac08
You mean 1 shot like 5sec and the flash fire off few times?
 

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"Denniskee
sorry, i tried putting in words, but english not good, cant describe clearly.
unless u want to meet up, than i can explain to u by demo."

I would love to do so, maybe meet up few guy/gals for coffee and learn from each other.


Zac08
You mean 1 shot like 5sec and the flash fire off few times?
Yes... but no need so long actually... a ball bouncing can be shot in about 2 secs and while repeating rapidly, you may get quite a series of images of the ball as it moves thru the bounce sequence....

example here :



found online.
 

STTNP

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Thanks for the sharing. I'm sure need to alot of practice and the flash setting is important.
Try before but fail.kekeke
 

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